A Small Boat Guide to the Rules of the Road: The Collision Regulations Simplified
In today's crowded waters a good working knowledge of the collision regulations is vital to everyone who takes a boat to sea. the rules themselves can be difficult to learn and understand, but they are presented in a new, easily-absorbed form which will enable you to steer clear of trouble throughout your sailing career.
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Steering and Sailing Rules 2 GENERAL CONDUCT
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ability to manoeuvre alter course alter to port alter to starboard alteration of course anchor light astern avoid collision avoiding action best be seen Bow lantern Chapter CODE FLAG collision exists Colregs course and speed course to starboard daymark engaged in fishing exhibit the lights ft power GREEN head-on Hovercraft keep clear less than 12 lights and shapes lights or shapes lights prescnbed mainsail mast lantern masthead light metres in length Morse code narrow channel navigation lights overtaking vessel pair trawling port side power vessel power-dnven vessel power-driven vessel prescnbed in paragraph prescnbed in Rule radar restricted visibility risk of collision Rule 30 Sailing Rules sailing vessel seaplane sector shapes prescnbed short blasts sidelights signals prescnbed small boat sound signal spinnaker starboard side steaming light stemlight sternlight traffic lane traffic separation scheme trawler vertical line vessel constrained vessel engaged vessel of less vessel restncted vessel underway WlND yacht